September 21st Program

Traditional Publishing: It’s Alive and Well: Is It for You?

Panel presented by Pamela Ahearn, C.S. Harris, and Farrah Rochon

Pamela Ahearn

Literary Agent Pamela Ahearn worked at Bantam Books, Dell Books and Richard Curtis Agency before moving to New Orleans, where she was with Southern Writers Agency for eight years. In l992, she founded The Ahearn Agency, Inc., which currently represents between 30-35 authors working in romance and suspense. She has represented several New York Times, USA-Today and Walden’s Bestselling authors as well as RITA, Anthony and Agatha Award winners/nominees.

C. S. Harris

C.S. Harris is the USA Today Bestselling, award-winning author of more than two dozen novels including the Sebastian St. Cyr historical mystery series, the C.S. Graham thriller series co-written with retired intelligence officer Steve Harris, and seven historical romances written under her own name, Candice Proctor. A two-time RITA® Award finalist, her books have been translated into over twenty languages.

A former academic with a PhD in European history, Candice loves to travel and has spent much of her life abroad, living in Spain, Greece, England, France, Jordan, and Australia. She now makes her home in New Orleans.

Farrah Rochon

USA Today Bestselling author Farrah Rochon hails from a small town just west of New Orleans. She has garnered much acclaim for her Holmes Brothers, New York Sabers, Bayou Dreams and Moments in Maplesville series. The two-time RITA® Award finalist has also been nominated for an RT BOOKReviews Reviewers Choice Award, and in 2015 received the Emma Award for Author of the Year.
When she is not writing in her favorite coffee shop, Farrah spends most of her time reading, cooking, traveling the world, visiting Walt Disney World, and catching her favorite Broadway shows.

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